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    Calculus I Essentials
    An 11-part course with integralCALC
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    Need some tips for Calculus 1A? Or maybe you’re madly reviewing for tomorrow's math test? Either way, never fear - Krista, an experienced math tutor, will help you understand the world of calculus, step-by-step. Start by learning the difference between a function and an equation - and how to analyze a function's graph for continuity and limits. Then, step into the world of tangent lines, differentiation, and more. Each lesson includes examples and sample problems to help you along the way.

    Need some tips for Calculus 1A? Or maybe you’re madly reviewing for tomorrow's math test? Either way, never fear - Krista, an experienced math tutor, will help you understand the world of calculus, step-by-step. Start by learning the difference between a function and an equation - and how to analyze a function's graph for continuity and limits. Then, step into the world of tangent lines, differentiation, and more. Each lesson includes examples and sample problems to help you along the way.

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    Statistics 101
    A 10-part course with Zachary Rappell
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    Statistics may sound like a dry topic, but developing data analysis skills will unlock fascinating worlds! In this 10-lesson course from statistics teacher Zac Rappell, start by understanding group data and central tendencies (mean, median, and mode), then explore measures of spread (range, IQR, and standard deviation). Learn how to create stem and leaf and box and whisker plots, and practice comparing data sets to identify new relationships. Finish with a fun final project analyzing the Oscars!

    Statistics may sound like a dry topic, but developing data analysis skills will unlock fascinating worlds! In this 10-lesson course from statistics teacher Zac Rappell, start by understanding group data and central tendencies (mean, median, and mode), then explore measures of spread (range, IQR, and standard deviation). Learn how to create stem and leaf and box and whisker plots, and practice comparing data sets to identify new relationships. Finish with a fun final project analyzing the Oscars!

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    The Cross Product in Vector Calculus
    A 9-part course with Math Fortress
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    Calculus students ready to advance to the next level: this course is for you. Learn all about the cross product, starting with the right hand rule, and ending with how to measure torque.

    Calculus students ready to advance to the next level: this course is for you. Learn all about the cross product, starting with the right hand rule, and ending with how to measure torque.

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    Teaching Place Value in Elementary Math
    A 9-part course with Tom Schersten
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    In elementary math education in second, third, and fourth grade, place value is fundamental, but some kids just don't seem to get it. In this course, get great tips on teaching place value to kids.

    In elementary math education in second, third, and fourth grade, place value is fundamental, but some kids just don't seem to get it. In this course, get great tips on teaching place value to kids.

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    The Dot Product, Vectors & Projection
    A 12-part course with Math Fortress
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    In this calculus course discover the geometric interpretation of the dot product (also known as the scalar product), the component definition of the dot product, and properties of the dot product.

    In this calculus course discover the geometric interpretation of the dot product (also known as the scalar product), the component definition of the dot product, and properties of the dot product.

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    10-part Algebra course
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    Solving Equations for X
    A 10-part course with Eric Buffington
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    Does solving for x make your head spin? Math teacher Eric Buffington explains the simple steps to finding x, from one-step addition problems to equations with x on both sides of the equals sign.

    Does solving for x make your head spin? Math teacher Eric Buffington explains the simple steps to finding x, from one-step addition problems to equations with x on both sides of the equals sign.

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    Working with Polynomials
    An 11-part course with Eric Buffington
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    Polynomials are essential for algebra! From learning what a polynomial is to completing polynomial operations, this Algebra 1 course covers the basics with clear examples for maximum learning.

    Polynomials are essential for algebra! From learning what a polynomial is to completing polynomial operations, this Algebra 1 course covers the basics with clear examples for maximum learning.

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    26-part Calculus course
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    3D Coordinate Systems & Vectors
    A 26-part course with Math Fortress
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    Ready to pursue more complex calculus topics? Challenge your visualization skills in this math course by covering fundamentals of the three-dimensional coordinate system and vectors.

    Ready to pursue more complex calculus topics? Challenge your visualization skills in this math course by covering fundamentals of the three-dimensional coordinate system and vectors.

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    The Basics of Differential Equations
    A 16-part course with Math Fortress
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    Know how to find the derivatives of functions and ready for more complex calculus topics? In this course, Math Fortress introduces how to classify differential equations and verify their solutions.

    Know how to find the derivatives of functions and ready for more complex calculus topics? In this course, Math Fortress introduces how to classify differential equations and verify their solutions.

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    Prime Numbers
    A lesson with Engines of our Ingenuity
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    In today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity: a primer on prime numbers, and how renowned mathematicians, including Carl Friedrich Gauss, tried to find patterns in them.

    In today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity: a primer on prime numbers, and how renowned mathematicians, including Carl Friedrich Gauss, tried to find patterns in them.

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    Engines of Our Ingenuity 3119: Math Versus Science
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    Today we see math and science as inseparable, but at their most basic, they're worlds apart. Find out more in today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity.

    Today we see math and science as inseparable, but at their most basic, they're worlds apart. Find out more in today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity.

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    Expectations of Brilliance
    A lesson with Engines of our Ingenuity
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    There are far fewer women in STEM fields, but why? Research indicates that our expectation and assumptions may play an important role. In lieu of Maryam Mirzakhani recently becoming the first woman to win the Fields Medal, Engines of our Ingenuity takes a look at who we expect to be brilliant.

    There are far fewer women in STEM fields, but why? Research indicates that our expectation and assumptions may play an important role. In lieu of Maryam Mirzakhani recently becoming the first woman to win the Fields Medal, Engines of our Ingenuity takes a look at who we expect to be brilliant.

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    Verea's Calculating Machine
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    Spanish inventor and journalist Ramón Verea's passed away on Feb. 6, 1899, but left a legacy with a calculator invention created solely to make a point. Find out how invention seeks an unexpected purpose in today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity.

    Spanish inventor and journalist Ramón Verea's passed away on Feb. 6, 1899, but left a legacy with a calculator invention created solely to make a point. Find out how invention seeks an unexpected purpose in today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity.

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    What We Don't See At First
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    Today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity exposes gear teeth, highway curves, paper clips, and other technologies we don't see at first.

    Today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity exposes gear teeth, highway curves, paper clips, and other technologies we don't see at first.

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    The Axiom of Choice
    A lesson with Engines of our Ingenuity
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    Choices, choices, choices… we've got so many to choose from these days. Find out what mathematicians have to say about it in today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity.

    Choices, choices, choices… we've got so many to choose from these days. Find out what mathematicians have to say about it in today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity.

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    Times Tables
    A lesson with Engines of our Ingenuity
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    Fun times with multiplication! Today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity is all about times tables.

    Fun times with multiplication! Today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity is all about times tables.

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    The Power of Three
    A lesson with Engines of our Ingenuity
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    As we kick off a new year, let us ponder our we've "shaped" our world. A Nerdy Curio all about flat surfaces, stability, and the power of three.

    As we kick off a new year, let us ponder our we've "shaped" our world. A Nerdy Curio all about flat surfaces, stability, and the power of three.

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    Comparing Fingerprints
    A lesson with Engines of our Ingenuity
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    Snowflakes may each be unique, but are fingerprints? Moreover, what's involved in comparing fingerprints and what can go wrong? Find out in today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity.

    Snowflakes may each be unique, but are fingerprints? Moreover, what's involved in comparing fingerprints and what can go wrong? Find out in today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity.

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